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Red Hot Hockey: Boston University vs. Cornell Line Charts

David Quinn and Mike Schafer will bring their teams together for an 8 p.m. face-off at the "world's most famous arena."

Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden
Bruce Bennett

New York -- Boston University and Cornell meet for the 44th time on Saturday evening at Madison Square Garden. The Big Red have the advantage in the all-time series, 23-18-2. It will be the fourth installment of Red Hot Hockey, the bi-annual event that begun in 2007. BU holds the edge in Red Hot Hockey, 2-0-1. Ross Gaudet's goal in overtime gave the Terriers the 2-1 win in the 2011 edition of Red Hot Hockey.

Let's take a look at the lines for the game:

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Matt Lane Danny O'Regan Nick Roberto
Tommy Kelley Robbie Baillargeon Evan Rodrigues
Mike Moran Dillon Lawrence Kevin Duane
Jake Moscatel TJ Ryan Matt Ronan

Left Defense Right Defense
Ahti Oksanen Garrett Noonan
Matt Grzelcyk Dalton MacAfee
Doyle Somerby Patrick MacGregor

Goaltenders
Matt O'Connor
Sean Maguire
Anthony Moccia

CORNELL

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Joel Lowry Cole Bardreau John McCarron
Christian Hilbrich Dustin Mowerey Brian Ferlin
Madison Dias John Knisley Eric Freschi
Rodger Craig Jeff Kubiak Matt Buckles

Left Defense Right Defense
Joakim Ryan Reece Wilcox
Kirill Gotovets Jacob MacDonald
Clint Lewis Patrick McCarron

Goaltenders
Andy Iles
Mitch Gillam
Ryan Coon

Breaking Down the Matchup


Boston University Cornell
Record 6-6-1 Overall, 2-3-0 HE 7-3-1 Overall, 4-3-1 ECAC
Head Coach David Quinn (BU '89) Mike Schafer (Cornell '86)
NHL Draft Picks 8 7
Goals Per Game 2.46 (44th) 3.09 (19th)
Goals Against Per Game 2.85 (33rd) 2.36 (13th)
Power Play Percentage 21.1 (17th) 29.6 (2nd)
Penalty Kill Percentage 82.8 (28th) 81.8 (33rd)
Top Goal Scorer Danny O'Regan (5) Brian Ferlin (7)
Team Leader in Assists Ahti Oksanen (9) John McCarron (10)
Starting Goaltender Matt O'Connor (2.80/.926) Andy Iles (2.39/.915)

Jeff Cox covers college and junior hockey, NCAA recruiting, NHL Draft prospects and the AHL for SBNation. Follow him on twitter @JeffCoxSBNation.